Nurses Appreciation Week 2022 – Reducing Burnout & Stress Online Event Announced

Fri Apr 8, 2022 - 7:00am GMT+0000

Saskatoon,Canada – March 28, 2022

The dates for this year’s Nurses Week Resiliency ReBoot will be May 9-12, 2022. The workshop is designed to celebrate nurses and reinvigorate their passion as healthcare professionals.

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NWRR aims to respond to and combat the burnout that is common among nurses. With this virtual event, nurses and leaders of nursing teams will learn strategies to help them avoid burnout and improve resiliency in their profession.

Nurses perform a very demanding job. While nurses find fulfillment in their work, witnessing patients in their worst moments puts a lot of strain on these workers. With the global pandemic and a shortage of nurses, even more strain has been put on nurses as hospitals have become overwhelmed with patients. Up to two-thirds of nurses will experience burnout at some point during their career, and it’s possible this number will go up in the future.

The Nurses Week Resiliency ReBoot workshop will feature four interactive keynote speeches that focus on topics such as strengthening resiliency, reducing compassion fatigue, and more. Day, evening, and night programs are offered to accommodate the different shift schedules of nurses.

The dates of the virtual workshop align with the dates for Canada’s Nurses Appreciation Week (May 9-15), International Nurses Day (May 12), and the U.S.’s National Nurses Day (May 6). NWRR’s primary goal is to celebrate nurses around the globe by uplifting them and recognizing their successes.

The keynote speakers for this year’s NWRR are Stephanie Staples and Sarah McVanel. Staples is a nurse and psychosocial wellness expert, empowering nurses to make positive change and manage stress. McVanel is a healthcare leadership coach and recognition expert and promotes recognition of workers to reduce burnout, turnover, and work dissatisfaction.

With the Nurses Week Resiliency ReBoot workshop, nurses can return to their jobs feeling a renewed sense of purpose and an improved quality of life.

An attendee from last year’s event said, “Awesome strategies to help me feel more confident in all I do.” Another said, “Empowering, positive, helpful. It was absolutely excellent and I’m forever grateful.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Rich Libner
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Organization: MCP Talent Agency
Address: 315 Braeburn Crescent, Saskatoon, SK S7V 1A5, Canada
Phone: +1-800-693-6665

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